A roundtrip by seas and inlets from the southernmost to the northernmost part of the Danish West Coast.
The Wadden Sea National Park is Denmark's largest national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the world's largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats.
Tirpitz is a spectacular new museum created by the world famous Danish architectural firm BIG. The museum is hidden under the sand in the dune landscape of the West Coast and connected to the original WW2 bunker Tirpitz via an underground tunnel.
The wide and flat Limfjord is one of the few places, where you can find European flat oysters, which are considered to be among the world’s best oysters. On an Oyster Safari you get the opportunity to harvest the oysters yourself.
Balancing on the edge of a cliff and doomed to destruction within a few years, you find the lighthouse of Rubjerg Knude. A rare experience of untamed nature. Grenen is Denmark’s northernmost point and where the two seas, The North Sea and The Baltic Sea, meet and the European continent ends.
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